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|Also Known As:||Cornell Haynes Jr. (Nelly), Cornell Iral Haynes Jr., Cornell Haynes||Died:|
|Born:||November 2, 1974||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Austin, Texas, USA||Profession:||rapper, actor|
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CAST: (feature film)
Longest Yard, The (2005) Cast
Summer Music Mania 2004 (2004) Performer
2nd Annual TRL Awards, The (2004)
45th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2003) Performer ("Hot In Herre," "Dilemma")
Dick Clark's Primetime New Year's Rockin' Eve 2003 (2003) Performer
MTV Bash (2003)
29th Annual American Music Awards, The (2002) Presenter
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Formed St. Louis, MO-based hip hop group St. Lunatics
Released St. Lunatics' debut single "Gimme What U Got"
Signed to Universal Music Group as solo artist
Solo debut <i>Country Grammar</i> debuted at No. 3 on <i>Billboard</i>; featured hit title track and "E.I."
Performed "Walk This Way" with Aerosmith, Britney Spears, and *NSYNC at the Super Bowl Halftime Show
Made film acting debut in crime thriller "Snipes"
Sophomore album <i>Nellyville</i> debuted at No. 1; featured hits "Hot in Herre" and Kelly Rowland duet "Dilemma"
Collaborated with Nike on limited-edition sneaker "Air Derrty"
Launched Apple Bottoms clothing line
Released two albums, rap-oriented <i>Sweat</i> and R&B-filled <i>Suit</i>
Co-starred with Adam Sandler and Chris Rock in remake of "The Longest Yard"
Landed recurring role on "CSI: NY" (CBS) as former gang member-turned-informant Terrence Davis
Released sixth studio album <i>5.0</i>; featured "Just a Dream"
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Cornell Haynes. Had three; survived him.
Chanel. Born 1996.
Chanel. Survived him.
Cornell III. Born 1999.
Cornell III. Survived him.
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